Designed and developed by business analysis and BPMN expert Bruce Silver, our BPMN 2.0 Foundation and Practitioner course aims to provide professionals with advanced training in the world-class Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) methodology. Over the years, BPMN has become the de-facto notation standard for business process modeling.
Learn the rules of this common graphical language and apply them confidently to your process workflows with this BPMN 2.0 course!
About the course
The course takes a step-by-step approach to train professionals to model business processes. They will learn to use the BPMN 2.0 standard across all business domains with precision. Professionals who complete this course will have a clear understanding of BPMN diagram specifications, as well as the rules that keep them consistent across a business.
During the course, learners will master the art of creating BPMN diagrams with clear process logic and solid adherence to the world-class modeling method.
Benefits for Individuals
This BPMN 2.0 course provides introductory and advanced level training in BPMN’s process-oriented modeling system. Students will learn to understand and create BPMN process diagrams, enabling them to break business processes down and represent them coherently.
The course is ideal for professionals who want to learn how to optimize business processes. BPMN 2.0 Foundation and Practitioner is an excellent option for professionals eager to thrive in a career in business analysis or process design.
Benefits for Organizations
The primary purpose of this training suite is to provide learners with a solid understanding of the BPMN notation. The modeling language is easily accessible for business users, making it easy to bridge the gap between the business analysts who draft processes and the technical teams who develop and implement them.
Training your teams in BPMN 2.0 will standardize the business modeling process in your company. You will benefit from the clear communication of requirements between all business users involved in design and implementation processes.
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